UNDERSTANDING AND DEALING WITH PHOBIAS

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What is a phobia?
A phobia is defined as a strong and persistent fear that is out of proportion to the actual danger, triggered by specific objects or situation

Common phobias include:

Crowds
Water
Blood
Spiders
Cows and Sheep
Vomit
Driving
Wasps
Flying
Social Situations

Snakes
Heights
Lightening
Thunder
Lifts
Bridges
Going out alone
Sea
Incontinence
Enclosed Spaces

Feathers
Horses
Choking
Mice
Needles
Injections
Cats
Moving staircases
Dogs
Birds

This is not an exclusive list of phobias but just a list of some of the common phobias. Phobias can have a significant and painful effect on your life. Although people with phobias often feel that their fears are trivial and believe that they can overcome them on their own. In most cases such believes maintain the problem, you are not alone. In this workshop, you will get a better understanding of phobias, how they develop, what keeps them going and how you can overcome them.